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Learn how to make your own Cajon, a box that's a drum that's a box!
Learn how to introduce music to even the youngest infant, including those with special needs. All babies benefit from having music in their lives!
Children love interactive songs, and kids who are blind or visually impaired can learn coordination, body awareness, rhythm, and teamwork. Watch these videos to learn the simple hand motions for your favorite songs!
Adam Ockelford, Professor of Music, Roehampton University announced a study in 2010 that would focus on the relationship between musicality and retinopathy ofprematurity (ROP). This study follows up his similar 2006 work on septo-optic dysplasia. In this posting, we share Dr. Ockelford's invitation to participate in this research.
A collection of songs categorized by subject so you can find the perfect song to fit any curriculum or lesson plan - or just to emphasize an idea at home.
Music can be a great way to stimulate a visually impaired baby, but where do you begin? We'll give you some practical ways to incorporate music into your baby's day.
Music therapist Meredith R. Pizzi explains how you can use music and rhythms to encourage your child to get up and move!
Daria shows you how to make rattles using recycled bottles. She gives you ideas for things you can put in the bottles and different games you can play!
Find out how to make your own ocean drum and how to have fun playing with it, too.
The best children's music that you've probably never even heard of. Check out these great performers and support up-and-coming stars!